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to what bob mentioned about privacy. yes, we have something brilliant happened here but it happened because the tools that they are using are the tools that deprive us of any kind of anonymity in our own lives. we will never be able to go anywhere -- chris: i agree. >> we're all going to end up wearing berkas. chris: civil libertarian right or left. don't want a national i.d. card. they already have it. >> it's your neighbors. it's your twitter account. it's social media. chris: four decades ago the country was transfixed by the watergate reporting of bob stein.d and carl here's how the new documentary will air on discovery sunday night sets the scene. with the nixon campaign in full swing. >> this re-election committee would become entangled with a mysterious illegal break-in. >> five men were arrested early saturday while trying to install eavesdropping equipment at the democratic national committee. >> it was the sunday after the burglary, we were the only two that showed up in the office. >> i was in the office that day. i was writing a profile. i said this is a better story tha
's action. bob phillips is managing partner at spectrum management group whose last two stock picks are up 9% since he told you to buy. gene peroni, asset senior vice president. is bearish in the short term but the dow will bounce back and hit 18,000. we have todd horowitz in the pits of the cme. todd, i want to start with you. again i noticed that the market came back a bit of a we got word of a suspect in the boston bombing. that proved to be erroneous. law enforcement pouring cold water on the story and the market is bouncing around. to what extent is the market being affected by the terror news? >> hi, david, hi, lori. the real terror news is not after effecting market. we had effect monday late in the day after the bomb but the markets bounced back. with ricin and catching of the suspect really had no effect. the market has stayed pretty stoic. it is lower and trying to work its way lower and we're a at a key level. 1550 is the key level. the cash held. if we break we'll go a lot lower. lori: todd, don't you think this market is looking for an excuse to sell off? we've been whipsawed th
.57 billion. >> dana is cheating off my sheet here. say 10% dislike us or hate us. bob think's it's closer. bigger number. 157 million muslims hate us. if 10%, 5%, 1% or radicalized and would kill us that's one and a half million people who are radicalized to the point where they would want to kill us americans or approximate population. >> saudi arabia. >> pew research centered did a study on this in 2007 where they pulled muslims in america. there is 2.35 million in america. and they asked them specifically is there ever a justification for suicide killings? and it looks like 13 percent said in this country, that there is a justification. that means there is 300,000 supporters of suicide bombing and 117,000 supporters of al qaeda according to pew. 2007. >> this is taught to most of these people from the time they are little kids. if they come into this country, they have had clerics who have been radicalized and anti-american. teachers, parents. is it a big surprise that they are that way? >> i think, you know, would he can go around and around and around and say how awful muslims are. b
. a source telling our own heather that the suspect is down. >> let's go to bob ward who is standing by now. what do you make of this, bob? >> well, i heard the gunshot. it had to be about 30 shots. there was a rapid fire barrage. just like a roll of fire crackers getting shot off. and we were -- it's just about a block away from where we were doing our live shot. we are still on arsenal street. over near franklin street right now. and when we pulled up, we see looking at right all kinds of police to the area running to the scene. had their hands on their hips where they would have their guns overhead. there is a state police hospital overhead monitoring the situation. so, heavy police presence here. people here on the street just neighbors here are reacting to this. they think that suspect number two has been found. it's very tense. i'm 50 to 100 yards away. i'm watching what's going on. a lot of movement down here. a lot of the state troopers, all the police officers that were on scene all day long inside the perimeter were being relieved and many of them were re-routed right here a few b
the parts found in the wreckage. bob orr, john miller and elaine quijano on the investigation. the senate has decided the fate of national gun control. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> pelley: chip reid has the results. a threat to the president was intercepted before it reached the white house. wyatt andrews has the story. there's a break in the case of the murdered prosecutors in texas. manuel bojorquez is there. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. we have uncovered some new developments in the boston marathon bombing, and we will have those in just a moment. but first, there is a major breaking story out of washington tonight: the gun control legislation written after the newtown massacre has been scuttled in its entirety by the united states senate. moments ago, standing with parents from newtown, connecticut, the president railed against the senate. >> so, all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. but this effort is not over. i want to make it clear to the american
the nation," bob schieffer. bob, i can't think of a time that we have seen this kind of manhunt that has locked down a major american city. >> i can't ever remember, scott, when we've had an entire city locked down. that's what's so extraordinary about this. listening to you and listening to john just now i think one of the reasons that they're having so much difficulty in finding this man is that we know so little about him. is he a committed zealot? is the he a member of some cult? we don't know that. is he a criminal? he has mo criminal record. if we just knew more about him it might be easier toe out some sort of pattern that he's following but here's hat seths off these bombs apparently and is on a college campus yesterday talking to people as if it's just a fine spring day. it's these answers. the more we find out about him, the less we seem to know about him. a and i think that's what's going to be and has been so difficult in these hours as they roll by today. we still don't know exactly what it is that has caused him to do this. the. >> pelley: bob, it's been so long since 9/11,
? meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk are updating first warning weather. >> did get pretty mild this afternoon, with a good deal of sunshine. take a look at numbers now. we're at a very pleasant, i mean, beautiful 72 here. 81 in cumberland. 74 in d.c. and cooler, 59 ocean city. temperatures right now are running 14 degrees warmer here than they were yesterday. 19 degrees warmer in oakland. and just about 4 degrees warmer in ocean city. so what are we expecting the next few days, temperature- wise? and weatherwise, chelsea ingram in the outback with a look at what we have coming our way. >> reporter: thanks, bob. make no mistakes, changes are coming. enjoy the warm weather while you can. by the weekend, see that blue and green? that cooler air is going to be pushing toward us. we have a dip in the jet stream. and that brings down cooler air from the north pole. but first, we'll enjoy warmer temperatures for a few more days and even rain and thunderstorms. bob will have your full forecast coming up in a bit. now, let's go back to you inside. >> chelsea, thank you. >>> still ahead
covering the story, john miller and bob orr, plus the chairman of the hois homeland security security committee, mike mccaul. and we'll get analysis from former new york mayor rudy giuliani, and former homeland security secretary tom ridge. but that was not the only story this week. there was also the senate's failure to strengthen gun control laws. >> all in all, this was a pretty shameful day for washington. >> schieffer: we'll hear this morning from the newtown victims' families. >> my mom was not scared in the halls of sandy hook. they should not be scared to cast a vote to protect millions of people. >> schieffer: it was a week of lows and highs. ♪ sweet caroline ♪ >> schieffer: and we'll cover it all because this is "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, "face the nation" with bob schieffer. >> schieffer: and gps're gbility are argoodmorning, and h boston police commissioner ed davis. i know you told reporters earlier this morning, that you can't speck plate on the motives of these two young men, but can i ask you this-- were they plann
news. >>> chemical fires are some of the very hardest to fight. nbc bay area's bob redell just spoke with a fire chief on the peninsula who has experience with these particular fires. he joins us live from the newsroom. it's possible that one can make the situation worse when fighting a chemical blast. >> you are correct, especially considering the chemical involved in yesterday's fire. turns out, it doesn't react well at all with father, which is obviously what firefighters were relying on to put out the flames. menlo park fire chief who's talked about the texas city fertilizer explosion that killed hundreds in the 1940s believes yesterday's disaster will become another one for the textbooks. he has questions about how firefighters responded to the fire. >> did they make it better or worse? >> reporter: that plant reportedly stored tens of thousands of pounds of a type of ammonia, extremely flammable and explosive when exposed to water. >> with that type of ammonia, if you add water, it's going to expand to a large, white vapor cloud. did that create a different problem for them tha
or domestically but our homeland security correspondent bob orr has been talking with his sources all afternoon and evening and has an update for us now, bob? >> reporter: scott, it's important that the f.b.i. out front has taken over control of the investigation. that's important both in substance and in symbolism. first in substance this is a worldwide investigation as they comb through different channels of intelligence streams trying to find out whether there was anything in the terrorist reporting pipeline that might have indicated a problem targeting boston specifically. it's also important because of the lab resources, the experts that can be brought to bear and on the symbolic side while this was an attack centered in boston it's really an attack against america. whether it's a foreign inspired international terror type attack or a domestic group or a lone wolf inspired by one or the other. this by definition is a terrorist attack. it was done against a crowd of innocent people at a highly publicized and high profile event. obviously done in a way to cause the greatest maxx mum damage,
behind? wjz is live with first warning weather coverage. meteorologist chelsea ingram and bob turk are updating the forecast for us. first, here's bob. >> yes, there is a chance we'll see shower activity. i'll show you that a little later on. take a look at mild temperatures. 72 now. 73 in d.c. the cool spot, ocean city, only 58. and even 73 out in oakland. and temperatures right now, running 18 degrees warmer in oakland; we're at 14 degrees warmer than we were justice at this hour. ocean city is actually four degrees warmer than 24 hours ago. what do we have coming our way the next few day. >> chelsea ingram in the outback with a look at a pleasant night. and changes temperature-wise. >> yeah. we've got a lot of warm temperatures. you gotta enjoy it while we have it. because again, that is going to change. we have a storm system that is going to be bringing all of that blue and green you see on the screen. that's colder air. headed or way, but not until this weekend. enjoy it while you can. we've got a trough dipping down. and the jet stream, moving very far south. that's going to
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current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a fresh perspective on his portfolio. and with some planning and effort, hopefully bob can retire at a more appropriate age. it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. by the armful? by the barrelful? the carful? how about...by the bowlful? campbell's soups give you nutrition, energy, and can help you keep a healthy weight. campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. >>> developments tonight in the boston bombing, new photographs from the attack, could we be on the verge of a break through? cnn contributor bob bear, chad sweet and former fbi assistant director bill gavin who led the investigation of the 1993 bombing of the world trade center. welcome. bob bear, again in the world of speculation here. but we do know a lot more than we did when we spoke yesterday. in terms of speculation, where is your head taking you with this investigation? >> well, piers, i keep on going back
dick grags so, the man that ran the stock exchange and security advisor, bob mcfarland, live tonight on fbn. >>> it's an act of terror, we will find who harmed our citizens and bring them to justice. >> eric: i wanted to thank you for joining us on the special edition of the five. i'm eric boling. the governor and others will brief us shortly and we'll keep our camera on that and bring you the updated as soon as it starts. president obama for the first time called the attack terror. we'll also dig into the details of the devastating bomb blasts, heroic efforts of first responders, runners and bystanders and how this tough city and great country move forward after this cowardly act. bill hemmer has been on the scene and joins us. what the latest? >> reporter: good evening to you from massachusetts general. the surgeons came out about 90 minutes ago and one of the updates is truly stunning. they say they do not expected any of the patients here to lose any life. that is what they described as the good news. then they talked about people patients earlier today that came out of sedation
as is celebrated in massachusetts but the actual date of april 19th. >> bob baird, you've done many operations with the cia. with what you've seen and read, where is your head going with this? >> well, there are a couple of observations i have, piers, and one is the fact that there were two explosive devices used. they went off fairly reliablely. that's not easy to do. i've made these improvised devices myself. i've watched instructors do it. it's difficult. the timing devices inevitably one doesn't go off or there's a low order of explosives. so somebody knew what they were doing, at least had some practice. two is -- >> i don't know if you can see these pictures, but we're actually showing new images of what the police and fbi believe are the devices or part of the devices that may have been used here. it's wga. can you see these pictures, bob? >> no, i can't see them. but i know it's a pressure cooker. >> right. >> and pressure cookers are commonly used in the middle east. in fact, in the '80s, the cia trained the afghans to use small stoves or pressure cookers against the soviet red army.
. thank you. we're going to ask you to stay right there. let's go live to fox 25 bob ward. bob? >> hey there, guys. just a few moments ago while we were talking to you on the phone still trying to get our live shots all together. hopefully you can see me okay. i just heard a series of explosions maybe in the last 15 to 20 minutes. have not heard any explosions since then but as many as 15 explosions coming from the area where we believe suspect number 2 is hold up. i'm told that he is surrounded. last i was able to check with anyone he was still alive and that he was hiding underneath, as you heard, just moments ago tarp in a boat. now, just want to, if i can for a minute. this is a press area. we are a good distance away from where this is all unfolding. it's unfolding in that direction probably about 200 yards away from us. behind a house here in watertown. and we were just trying to watch what was going on and then all of a sudden without warning we heard a series of explosions, two or three. then a pause, then another two or three, then a longer pause, and then that kind of kept up
. authorities now say suspectswer from be the u sel years. >> bob orr is in washington. been following the story all morning. good morning. >> good morning again, charlie. the focus right now is on the manhunt which is centered in watertown, massachusetts. and it's an urgent press by authorities. they know the man they are looking for is very dangerous. and potentially armed with explosives. we know he has weapons and we also know if the fbi is right and he's one of the two marathon bombers, we know he's demonstrated a willingness to kill and maim. this is a picture from the brand new fbi bulletin. the man's name is dzhokhar tsavraev. his family came from chechnya, and he and his brother carried out the marathon bombings. the older brother, as you mentioned in the beginning, tamerlan, his picture on the icio gun fight overnight with police in massachusetts. what really has authorities troubled, they have locked down the 20 square block area or so in watertown that we have been discussing and we think they have pinched in on the man in the white baseball cap, but they can't be sure. what has them
detonated inside backpacks. one of the many bay area runners who came to the the event, bob came to boston with his son michael to enjoy what he called their moment, run the boston marathon together. now, bob finished first and was waiting for michael when he heard the bombs go off. >> hear the sound of the bombs and the smoke. oh, my god. at that moment, i didn't know where my son was. i was just hoping and praying he was okay. you know, the runners around us -- around me, none of us knew what was going on. so i came to the hotel, i went up to the room, and i asked katherine, my wife. she had made contact with him. mike came in, and we both just hugged each other. i just said, mike, i love you so much. and are you okay? that was it. >> one of the people you're not going to be seeing on camera is ann roland of concourt, i spoke to him on the phone. she cannot put herself on camera anymore. she says after what she went through yesterday she just can't talk about it. what she described as, quote, seeing all that rubble and those people, end quote. it was just too much for her to talk to us o
to homeland security correspondent bob orr in washington. bob, what can you tell us about the current situation? >> i think don wrapped it up pretty well for us, anne-marie. but here's the deal. there's no doubt in officials' minds that as he reported, that one of the bombing suspects is dead. he was seen in the videotape. he was the guy in the darker hat right there at the front of the picture there with his jacket unzipped in the dark hat and the backpack. he has been shot apparently and killed. the man right behind him there about ten paces behind him with the white hat on backward and on the right of your screen here, he is still on the loose. we don't know a great deal about who these guys are. the fbi is still trying to pin down their exact names. the reason i say exact is because they've been looking through a lot of names, potential aliases and other things, and it's been a little confusing. and until we have the names pulled together, we won't know exactly where these guys are from or what their background might be. there are some indications -- and i just want to say we have
. >> pelley: bob orr and john miller are on the investigation. the president came to boston to lift the people's spirits, and he brought them to their feet. >> the world will return to this great american city to run harder than ever and to cheer even louder for the 118th boston marathon. >> pelley: major garrett is with the president. a catastrophic explosion devastates a texas town. ben tracey is on the scene. and saving the life of a child. elaine quijano with tracy monroe who helped rescue one of boston's littlest victims. >> there's a baby, there! i said, "jane, it's going to be okay, honey. you're going to be all right." you're going captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" ptith scott pelley. nsored by cbs >> pelley: good evening. they are the most wanted men in america tonight. have a look. the f.b.i. today said the two men in this video are suspects in monday's boston bombings. but where are they, and who are they? so far, they are known only as suspect help in identifying them. in a moment, we will give you a web site where you can see these pictures again, and we'l
the fallen and the nation pauses to rememb bob orr with the government's new marathon bombing revelations. elaine quijano on how boston paid its respects. and we'll talk to the neighbor who recently argued with one of the suspects. >> he was explaining how the bible is a cheap copy of the koran and how it's used as an excuse to invade other countries. >> pelley: flooding in ten states along the missouri and mississippi. and don dahler with steve byrnes whose life was changed in the flash of a marathon bombing. >> i believe i had a guardian angel over my shoulder and i thank god for it because i know how lucky i am. captioning sponsored by cbs th this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. th pelley: good evening. the surviving suspect in the boston marathon bombing had a visitor today in his hospital room. a federal magistrate judge. he read dzhokhar tsarnaev his rights, informed him he's being charged with using a weapon of mass destruction resulting in death and she told him he could face death if convicted. according to a transcript of the proceedings, the judge concluded by sayi
than 2%. bob pisani has more from the floor of the new york stock exchange. >> it was an ugly day for stocks. down on concern about slower global growth. but an ugly day for the markets got uglier just before 3:00 eastern time when word come of two explosions at the boston marathon. the dow, already down 165, quickly lost another 50 points and closed down 1.9%, the worst one-day drop since november of last year. the vicks or volatility index, also known as the fear index, also jumped and ended the day up over 40%. the day didn't start out much better. gold and other commodities dropped big at the open. gold in particular, down 10%. its worst one-day decline in 30 years. other commodity stocks like mital, tinto or cliffs natural resources were also weak. defensive names like walmart were also done, but fared better. the main catalyst for the sell off was concerns about slower global growth. china reported gdp for the first quarter below expectations. with europe in recession, trader rs now worried where is the growth going to come from. i'm bob pisani at the new york stock exchange
way, it was the moment for bob anderson of los altos and his son, michael. they came to boston to run the marathon. bob finished before michael and was waiting for his son just past the finish line, just before 2:00. >> you could hear the sound of the bomb and the smoke. oh, my god. at that moment, i mean i didn't know where my son was. moments later there was a second bombing or explosion and it was just -- it was just unbelievable. >> reporter: police were herding people away. bob says he didn't panic, but he knew his son hoped to run about a four-hour marathon, and the bombs went out shortly after that mark. the emergency meeting place for the andersons was the hotel. and after what seemed like days, michael turned up there. >> mike came in and we both just hugged each other. i just said, mike, i love you so much. are you okay? and that was it. i mean we just -- we hugged each other. but it's -- it's just unbelievable. >> reporter: what you're looking at out here on the street where the bombs went off is one of the medals given to those who finish the boston marathon. someone offer
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temperatures and perhaps spring showers headed our way. i'm bob turk. i'm have your completely forecast coming up next. >> complete coverage continues with denise. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> it's cloudy and 55 degrees in central maryland right now. the complete forecast is coming up. first we continue our coverage of the deadly bombings at the boston marathon. adam has the latest from the fbi in this investigation. first let's go straight to kai jackson with a gripping firsthand account from one of the runners. kai? >> reporter: that's right, vic. the explosions happened about four hours after the race started. all of the elite runners had already finished but several thousand were still on the course. and that included wbz reporter paul burton. >> reporter: 50 yards from the explosion, saw both of them go off. there was smoke and glass everywhere. we did not know what it was at first. we thought it sounded like a cannon going off. we thought that was very strange because we had never heard canons go off at any time during this race. so we didn't know what to do. we kept on running. when the second
and forth. you have to just wait. just wait. one last thing, i'm sorry, bob. if you have any information the fbi tip line is getting literally thousands of tips 1-800 call-fbi. >> if you don't have any tips another number to call. i think that's the problem. there is too much information. you get like a million cigarette butts and throw it on the street and you have got to test every one of them. that's the problem with the images. the focus should be on the images that you get from the stores and the streets and not necessarily the people. right now what we are doing is not just watching the sausage being made. we are devouring it right from the machine. technology has eliminated patients. we need the story before the story is actually even done. i get the feeling that because of technology, we have been addicted to the adrenaline of novel at this where we need to get everything right away. what's that -- what that is causing is a pile up in the fog. all of the reporters with the information and all of it contradictory and they are scrambling like they are working in a kitchen at denny'
to the news or lack of news out of boston, depending on the moment today. bob pisani has the details. bob? >> well, importantly thing here is it started off very ugly, michelle. take a look at dow jones industrial average. ugly right from the start. we were down as much as 193 points at the worst part. in the middle of the day, we kind of came off of our lows and most of the traders attribute that to news that progress was being made on the boston marathon case, as you heard there from scott. there's the dow industrials, for one month. here's the problem that everybody's got down here. we were in an up trend in the stock market, all throughout the year, until monday. and now we have had two days, bad news, 90% of the volume on the downside monday, and 90% of the volume on the downside today, selling. now, this may be the start of a trend reversal. that means instead of an up trend, the market's not in an up trend anymore. these kind of internal indicators is what people look for. that's what people are lacking for. your big base metals, copper, aluminum, nickel, are essentially at 52-week
. >> bob: bill, this is bob couldn't fill us what they do have in terms of forensic evidence so far? >> you have got the ball bearings, yohave got the zipper that came out. you have got the pressure cooker and the images that we have been smirg for the past two days. battery taken out of some remote operated toy. the battery was removed. it was eir words. that could have been used as a ter and detonation device. you put a little bit of that together and you try and figure out well, where is it going and how much more could they have? we might find out more about that forensic evidence here in a matter of minutes. >> kimberly: andrea? andrea andrea do you have any that they know who the suspects are. you mentioned before they may come out and ask the public again. appeal to them for help. any sense of how much they know about the men in the video and the men in these still photos? >> no sense, andrea, of where that is at t moment. perhaps they do, perhaps they don't. but, imagine this for a moment. you have thousands and thousands of photographs and video images that you are now poring over
added 13 points. for more on the story and the mood of investors this week, we turn now to bob pisani at the new york stock exchange. >> reporter: it was a tumultuous end to a tumultuous week, bookended by the boston marathon bombing and investigation. stocks opened mixed, with ibm down about $14 right out of the gate on disappointing earnings. ibm is a dow component, and that $14 drop cost the dow almost 100 points. but it was the ongoing investigation in boston that dominated traders' attention. for much of the day, traders stood around monitors, watching the developments unfolding. when they weren't discussing boston, the focus of the conversation was the poor performance of the markets. with the dow down roughly 2.2% this week, many traders noted that this was similar to the meager 3% pullback at the end of february, which proved to be a buying opportunity. but many have argued that this pullback might be different. first, this decline saw heavier volume and panic selling, particularly on monday and wednesday, when 90% of the volume was on the downside. many are now questioning wh
but we did learn more about the evidence the county will be presenting against her. nbc bay area's bob redell is live outside the hall of justice. bob, what's the latest with what's happening this morning. >> good morning, jon. the public defender waives the preliminary hearing right. she did ask the judge for more time to review the evidence against her in this case, the alleged evidence. the judge agreed to give her two weeks. the deputy d.a. prosecuting this one says they have a voluminous amount of evidence that proves hernandez kidnapped 11-month-old gabrielle cantero. this happened at 6:00 in the morning on march 25th. the mom was loading up her liberty, loaded her baby in back, went inside. when she returned, hernandez had allegedly stolen the vehicle with the baby still inside. there was an amber alert, a massive search. part of 101 was even shut down. the baby and the car were found abandoned later that morning across town. the baby was okay. the d.a. tells us they have dna evidence that puts hernandez in the car and sjpd found video surveillance that proves hernandez knew she
in the left, a picture, a shot at another time, of course, and there is a boat that you can see behind it. bob orr is in washington. and he has been speaking with his law enforcement sources as we watch this live event unfold. bob? >> scott, i think we're going to learn a collective lesson in patience because no one will be in a hurry on the law enforcement side. officials have made very very clear to me. i reached out to a couple officials in the last 20 minutes or so and they say, look, if this is our suspect-- and i think there is some optimism that it is-- they've got a situation that's relatively contained. i use that word with caution. i mean, he's not in custody, clearly he's got a platform there that he can still cause some havoc from. but investigators have to approach this as if they have, among other things, time on their side and they will make a decision on how they want to proceed. it's going to be very slow. i don't think anyone who's with us here should expect us to end quickly i think an effort will be made-- if the suspect chooses to go this direction-- to capture him alive i
bob orr. bob, with the suspect in the hospital, in this condition, where does that leave investigators? >> it's not clear, jeff, if or when dzhokhar tsarnaev will be able to talk to investigators, we have to say prosecutors really don't need his statement to build a criminal case because they have video evidence of him planting one of the bombs and also police to testify that they saw him take place in two shoot-outs with officers? watertown, massachusetts. but besides all that the fbi really does want to talk to him about the plot, how the bombs were built and how the brothers initially escaped detection. >> jeff: what do we know about its brother's possible terror connection if any? >> well, so far the fbi can't find any evidence that the brothers had any coconspirators in this attack or any connections at all to aar lr ter rohr group, either foreign or domesque. of course they are still looking but from thece s far ofs believe the old ever brother was the key. his social networking activity suggest that over the past couple of years he had become increasingly interested in radical j
sophisticated type of bomb. but candidly, it was lethal, and that's probably all they really cared about. >> bob mcfadden, the chain of events today seems they were able to use some of the video from the top of the building around the lord and taylor store there to help identify somebody who you might call a person of interest, some people were calling him a suspect. they either knew this person or were able to use facial recognition technology of some sort. explain how that works. >> absolutely. there's a tremendous amount of data that they'll be going through at this time. in fact, it's been described in the amounts of terabytes. you have the investigative team doing meticulous interviews with eyewitnesss and other witnesses to try to marry up what they saw with the timeline and those pieces of the puzzle. >> do you have any insight, mr. mcfadden, to what could have happened, where some reporters were told that there was somebody in custody? >> you know, when i heard that this afternoon, i have to admit, my first inclination was, if a suspect has been brought into custody, it would have happen
security assistant secretary and former u.s. attorney. nice to have you here, gentlemen. welcome. bob, i'll start with you if i could. tell me what your gut tells you given your experience about whether this is a home grown terrorist, whether you think it is a foreign terrorist. do you have any indication given what we know so far? >> well, i'll use my experience to make a safe statement to say that we'll let the evidence lead to us that kind of conclusion. based upon what i'm seeing in the open sources right now, i don't think i can come to a definitive conclusion because it really could go either way. i think what's more important is the fact that somebody was able to exploit some vulnerabilities in our soft targets with the intent of obviously causing mass casualty, whether it was foreign terrorism or domestic terrorism, that will obviously be borne out by the fruits of the investigation. >> we appreciate your time very much. joe, i want to read you -- i have to be very careful here because a lot of news organizations have absolutely bungled some of the news coming out of this thing.
points and a decline of 2.4% for the week so far. bob pisani, how are things shaping up right now? >> a very delicate moment. two days this week, 90% of the volume to the downside on heavy volume. right now we're sitting essentially at the lows of the day. dow just broke down below 100 points, as you can see, sitting there, and the volumes picked up a little bit. heavy volume, downside day, three days, not what you want to see. big marquee names have been mauled this week. but it's not just apple, look at a name like caterpillar. we're at the lowest levels since july on caterpillar. there's the three-month chart. that stock also sitting at the lows for the day. the big story today is going to be ibm. it is one of the reasons the dow is so weak is ibm is down so much. it's at the lows for the day. heavy volume, of course, we'll get earnings after the close. and this is no excuse, there's no pcs here, they got rid of that business nine years ago. what they want to hear about is how the whole i.t. business is doing ex-pc. remember, 60% of their revenues are services, 20% is software.
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, pretty wonderfully, is always determined to be better. [ male announcer ] this is bob, a regular guy with an irregular heartbeat. the usual, bob? not today. [ male announcer ] bob has afib: atrial fibrillation not caused by a heart valve problem, a condition that puts him at greater risk for a stroke. [ gps ] turn left. i don't think so. [ male announcer ] for years, bob took warfarin, and made a monthly trip to the clinic to get his blood tested. but not anymore. bob's doctor recommended a different option: once-a-day xarelto®. xarelto® is the first and only once-a-day prescription blood thinner for patients with afib not caused by a heart valve problem, that doesn't require routine blood monitoring. like warfarin, xarelto® is proven effective to reduce the risk of an afib-related stroke. there is limited data on how these drugs compare when warfarin is well managed. no routine blood monitoring means bob can spend his extra time however he likes. new zealand! xarelto® is just one pill a day, taken with the evening meal. and with no dietary restrictions, bob can eat the healthy f
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. >>> joining me is jim maxwell, cnn contributor and former cia operative bob bair. i spoke to you earlier. we have what the fbi would seem to be a significant development in terms of a new picture. what do you make of that? >> i can tell you this is a classic example throughout my career, every investigation, every successful investigation, is hinged on the cooperation of the public. good citizens out there, willing to raise their hands, step forward, make a statement, testify in court, provide information. and this is a classic example of that. this photo now gives us direction. we know which direction at least one of the bombers started to head as the bomb went off. hopefully, other video and photo will ultimately extend where he was headed or maybe who he hooked up with at the end. >> bob, let me bring you in here. clearly, things happening at quite a pace now. this new image gives us a much clearer picture of one of the suspect's faces. there's also this strange situation of some shoes on the floor. we have no idea if it's any connection to him at all. of course, it could be. strikings me
i'm dana perino with kimberly, bob beckle and greg gutfeld. it is 5:00 in new york city. this is "the 5". >> at 2:50 p.m. this afternoon the city of boston stopped for a moment of silence marking the first time the bomb exploded near the finish line of the boston marathon a week ago today. also today, mourners gathered for the first funeral for one of the bombing victims, crystal campbell who was laid to rest. there will be a memorial service tonight at boston university for 23-year-old graduate student lou ling ze. another memorial for martin richard and another later this week for mit police officer sean collier. all lost their lives as a result of the terrorist attack. prosecutors chornlged the suspect of one count of using a weapon of mass destruction and one count of malicious destruction of property. this as the white house says he will not be tried as an enemy combatant. we are going to you first, kimberly. there has been a lot of questions leading up to today's announcement from the administration that they will not charge him as an enemy combatant. does that mat
, stocks are staging a comeback today after that huge decline yesterday. bob pisani, is this a bounce of some kind or are we going to turn around? >> i think a lot of it has to do with the better economic data we had this morning. i think that helped things a lot. take a look at the s&p. what a turnaround. we had the worst day of the year on the s&p yesterday. today, we're having the third or fourth best. we've recovered half of our losses. look at the sectors, 4 to 1, advancing to declining stocks. and when you have consumer staples doing as well as materials, that's what i mean when you have a broad market advance overall. a lot of those commodity stocks and stocks that got killed yesterday in that turnaround today. copper producers, goal-mining producers, coal producers, nib that's in the production space, all to the upside, although varying degrees of being on the upside. i want to point out, we have held on to our gains, not at our highs, but we have held on to our gains. and we have very good economic numbers this morning. that cpi, up 1.5% year over year, that's below the fed's
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going to come from. i'm bob pisani at the new york stock exchange. >> as bob just mentioned, the price of gold plunged today, recording its second worst loss ever and closing below $1400 an ounce for the time in more than two years. today was the first time ever that the dow and price of spot gold both recorded triple digit losses. why is selloff and what may be next for the precious metal? jackie deangelis has our report. >> another massive selloff in the gold market today, but what's fuelling the fur rouse rotation? several factors are at play including the continued strength in the equity market. gold had lost its luster, but gold is also an inflation hedge and as long as the fed continues with its stimulus program, investors believe inflation is likely to remain in check. >> people thought the price of gold was a good hedge against stock market moves and forgot that the price of gold really is an inflationary hedge and then you buy gold to preserve purchasing power. while we're not seeing the signs of inflation because commodity prices have not risen. interest rates have remained l
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